No-one has won more silverware and played more times for United than Ryan Giggs, so who better to take us on a tour of Manchester United's museum than the legend himself?
During his visit to Old Trafford’s treasure trove, the United veteran stopped off in the main trophy room, assessed Sir Alex’s cup collection and reflected on his illustrious career with the Reds, including the unforgettable Treble campaign.
"It was just a brilliant season, a real rollercoaster season," he says of his greatest triumph with the Reds. "We were up against probably the best team I’ve faced in the Premier League in Arsenal. To pip them to both the league and FA Cup was brilliant, and to go on and win the European Cup topped it off.
"Those final seconds in Barcelona [in the 1999 Champions League final] are the happiest I’ve ever experienced on a football pitch. Three minutes earlier you felt despair. A minute later you got a little bit of hope and 30 seconds after that it was just elation and an indescribable feeling."
In this exclusive video, we asked Ryan to take a trip down memory lane and discuss his days making it as a young professional in United's youth ranks.